50 x 6 or 10 x 26 minutes direction various
available version(s) : French
Mai 2004, ten new nations have integrated the European Union. Memory of contemporary history classes where some of these countries were, at a given time of their history, powerful engines of economical, political or cultural development.For the Eastern European countries, majority of the new incomers, the shock of World War II that ultimately ended in the brutal collapse of the iron wall, has frozen them in an icy block that will take half a century to melt.Â It is with a stupefying thirst of development and modernity that they prepare to make up for the lost years.
Who are these countries? Who are their inhabitants? What is their economy? What do they bring to Europe? What is Europe going to bring them? What do they expect? What are we expecting from them?
Cyprus - Czech Republic - Estonia - Hungary - Latvia - Lithuania - Malta - Poland - Slovakia - Slovenia